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officer in the los angeles department, probably across the country, that doesn't wish they were able to go there before this guy left the house and stop him from doing these terrible things. >> reporter: kyung lah, cnn, los angeles. >> this morning we are hearing from a mother in texas who was brutally attacked and stabbed by army trainee while talking with her husband online. she spoke with an affiliate from her hospital bed about her long road to recovery. >> recovery is going very well. i have a strong daughter. just being able to see her and know that she is doing just fine. >> wow. that suspect 19-year-old corey moss is being held on 150,000 dollars bail. >> a crazy, crazy story. >>> a security scare at a connecticut university on monday night. three people, including at least one student taken into custody following a lockdown that police say could have been caused by a student halloween costume. police received calls that a person carrying a sword and possibly a gun inside a dorm on monday. central connecticut state university was a lockdown for several hours. no one injured. >>> in
earlier, a man wielding an assault rifle kills a tsa officer at the los angeles international airport. every time we turn on our tvs, it seems there's more breaking news coverage of a high-profile shooting. is this the new normal in america, this people wanting to go out in a blaze of glory? >> it's not the new normal. since the 1980s we have seen crimes like this, angry, psychotic, depressed young men, mentally ill, haven't been treated. with a triggering event that causes them to want to go out in a blaze of glory. >> reporter: criminal psychologist alan litman says often at the peak of that rage, those people have about kes to the deadliest weapons. collectively, it's put america on edge. in connecticut a student's halloween costume put a school campus on lockdown for hours. and a sheriff's deputy shot and killed a teenager. >> we're jumping because the expression has been created by interest groups that any mentally ill person might jump out around the corner and harm someone. that is false. >> reporter: why can't our laws better address mental illness and gun violence? >> even de
. >> the president visiting los angeles where he met with the family of a slain tsa officer and two officers hurt in that shooting at los angeles international airport earlier this month. gerardo hernandez was first tsa officer to die in the line of duty. the injured officers are said to be recovering. we wish them well. >>> healthcare.gov is reportedly having more problems. "the new york times" saying those who want to sign up for coverage are not verified quickly enough and unable on sign up for the coverage. some are waiting more than six weeks to get an answer on when they will be able to finish enrolling. "the washington post" is reporting insurers are receiving error-filled lists who signed up for the coverage and in some cases misreporting children as spouses or deleting the records altogether. the white house is promising the site will be operating much better by next week. >>> supreme court could decide today whether to get involved in a dispute over obama care's birth control mandate. 40 companies say they shouldn't be forced to provide contraception coverage because doing so would viol
is visiting san francisco today and los angeles where speeches on immigration and the economy. attending fund-raisers for congressional races. the president spent sunday in seattle area for fund-raisers. one of the home of a microsoft executive john shirley. >>> "gq" magazine out with this list of least influential people and people according to "gq" who haven't used their fame for enough good. president obama is number 17 on the list. the magazine says he's good at making speeches but "gq" said he is not good at getting things done. number one is ex-nba star dennis rodman who met with pyongyang. >>> a man below risking it all to save this lady during a 40-foot fall. >>> patriots come back. how they managed to beat the broncos after down 24-0 at halftime. >> unbelievable. >>> time for your morning rhyme. tweet us with your own original verse. it can be about anything your heart desires. we will read the best ones on the air in our next half hour. avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive" sales event is back. which means it's never been easier to get a new passat, awarded j.d. power's most appeali
about burgers. >> in and out wins. fat burger, we have them all in los angeles, california. the burger capital of the world. >> i would think you'd have a healthier version of the burger. 550. that's a lot. >> i was at in and out, and burger and fries was -- and a shake 1500 calories or something. >> and not worth it. >> yes. >>> thank you for chiming in. >>> coming with have the "bleacher report." rapper jay z in hot water. why major league baseball is now investigating the rapper turns sports agent. [ pilot ] weather conditions aren't nearly as nice as where we came from. with the wind chill, it's 10 below. flight attendants, prepare for landing. [ attendant ] we have record lows out there so bundle up, and thank you for flying with us. [ engine turns over ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now, with mybuick remote start, the new buick enclave makes sure you're ready for anything. ♪ just one more way the new enclave is smart made beautiful. introducing cardioviva: the first probiotic to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels without a prescription. cardioviva. >>> so for the first time sin
, shall we? they were ordered to do something about the strong smell coming from its plant near los angeles. people who live nearby say the place is emitting fumes that irritate their eyes and throats. a judge denied a request to shut down the plant and told company officials to shut down the stink as the court takes a closer look at lawsuit from neighbors. >> crazy. >>> cnn doesn't just report on the challenges of holiday travel, we get out there and live it. three correspondents racing from new york to washington on one of the busiest travel days during the terrible weather. this was a television event and really history. nic robertson tried to go by air and lisa by rail and brian by car. who would get in "the situation room" room the fastest? nic robertson who did it by plane arrived first. it took him three hours and some people thought it was rigged but it wasn't. lisa came in second by train it took her four and a half hours. she was pleased she was able to drink on the plane. brian todd, the driver, came in last, dead last. even running did not help. it took him five hours an
and clippers came to blows last night in los angeles and is going to be very costly for clippers forward matt barnes. why? >> i don't know. andy scholes is joining us now with more in this morning's bleacher report. i want to know what happened. show me. >> i will show you. >>> matt barnes known as an enforcer there on court and he'll do the dirty work out there but it looks like cost him once benefit. second quarter last night. blake griffin and ibaka tangled up and griffin shoves ibaka back. they are ejected. check it out. barnes grabs his twin boys out of the stands and takes him with him to the locker room and from the locker room, he tweeted, i love my teammates like family but i'm done standing up for these blanks. all this blank does is cost me money. definitely a rough night for barnes. lao looks like he is going to be fined for ejected and fined for tweeting mid game and then for what he tweeted. >>> a lineup section on bleacherreport.com brian wilson loves his bushy beard so much he is giving up a chance to play for the yankees. they wanted to sign him but they have a strict no hair
? yesterday i sat down with the chief economist of circumstances . he pointed to san jose, los angeles and san diego. listen. >> when rates go back up to 5% to 6%, people in san jose spend half of their incomes on a mortgage which is way they ever have historically and if history is any guide when that happens prices go flat or fall again. >> international flash fire coming into those markets and buying lots of property for on cash and one of the reasons you're seeing the prices go up. here is another little piece of housing news for you. rich people are getting mortgages that are cheaper than yours. in an unusual twist, lenders are offering rates on jumbo loans that are a quarter of a percentage point lower than those on conforming loans backed by fannie mae and freddie mac. what? one big reason the jumbo rates are so low the lenders want to attract wealthy clients and hang on them and cross sale to the wealthy borrowers. so shop around. i'm hopeful the low mortgage rates will be available to more people. sillow chief economist told me it will not be a normal housing market until more first-t
the hour. >>> a los angeles judge is sending singer chris brown back to rehab. he checked into anger management last month after an assault arrest in washington. brown was reportedly discharged after he threw a rock threw his mother's car window. the judge cited the incident while handing down three months of therapy, along with drug testing and he added some community service. brown is due in court in washington next week. >>> a settlement in the $3 million lawsuit against lance armstrong, the disgraced former cyclist was sued by an insurance companies that paid him every time he won the tour de france. turns out he didn't win any tour de france's. he was accused of using performance-enhancing drugs earlier this year. no world on the settlement round. armstrong faces two more potentially lawsuits. >>> i won't ask you about that because you may lose your head. >>> a blockbuster trade in major league baseball. literally one of the biggest players in the game is on the move! andy scholes breaks it all down in "the bleacher report "! ! mayo? corn dogs? you are so outta here! aah! [ fema
, a perfect ending for a first lady who craved privacy after so much pain. randy kaye, cnn, los angeles. >> there is such indelible images and the colors are so bright. even when it's black and white i think you see the pink exploding off the screen. >> that was a really special thing about "time" magazine, the colors that they had of all of these images which is so vivid and so bright. >> i have to say the bright images of that day are symbolic and emblem mattic of a way the colors are muted after that horrible act happened. this is all before. >> i didn't know the story of her suit. it really is remarkable. >>> stay with cnn. we will bring you live coverage of anniversary events that are happening throughout the day. >>> a 14-year-old massachusetts boy has now been formally indicted for allegedly raping and killing his algebra teacher. philip chism is phasing first-degree murder as an adult. prosecutors say chism raped 24-year-old colleen ritzer in inside the school and dumped her body in a nearby woods. the young teacher had reportedly stayed behind to discuss an upcoming exam with t
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